First Ender’s Game movie poster MIGHT help you briefly forget what a terrible man Orson Scott Card is

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Yahoo unveiled the first poster for Ender’s Game, the long-awaited film adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s one redeeming quality. It shows young star Asa Butterfield perched at the gate of the all-important zero-G battle room. The movie comes out Nov. 1.

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Yahoo, via CinemaBlend

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  • It’s hard to put a finger on why this book is so popular without noting that, generally Americans have a very poor taste when it comes to literature, using that term broadly. As much as I could enjoy pulp sci-fi from bigoted homophobic Mormon writers as the next guy, the original story is a flaccid waver-thin and excruciatingly unoriginal. The film makes this even worst, with even more flat portrayals of cardboard characters and shoddy storytelling. In fact, the only think of content in the original is the neurotic pseudo-fascist ramblings of a cult nut-case and those have been tempered right down.
    For the film as well for the book, it might be for you if Dan Brown or Tom Clancy are still a bit to… involving for you.

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